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Art. 6243k. RETIREMENT, DISABILITY AND DEATH BENEFIT SYSTEMS FOR APPOINTIVE CITY OR TOWN EMPLOYEES. (a) An incorporated city or town may create a retirement, disability, and death benefit system for its appointive officers and employees if a majority of

(1) was on verifiable workers' compensation leave due to an injury sustained in the course and...

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One or more words may be misspelled: injur

Plural alternatives: worker (workers), compensation (compensations)

Similar words:

compensation: compensations

Synonyms in this publication:

worker: actor, agent, assistant, employee, executor, hand, medium, operative, operator, pensioner, practitioner, servant, soldier, subject, temporary

compensation: alienation, composition, consideration, correction, damages, desert, earnings, fixing, hire, income, indemnification, pay, payment, payroll, penalty, price, projection, punishment, reclamation, redemption, refund, reimbursement, remedy, remuneration, repair, repairing, repayment, restitution, return, reward, salary, salvage, satisfaction, substitution, wage, wages, withdrawal

These words have practice notes in the legal dictionary: compensation


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